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Post by ~eXe » Thu, 07 Apr 2005 03:31:54


fix it so in a mvie clip you can change the scene because its so dumb that you cant do it! fix fix fix fix fix fix fix fix fix fix fix fix fix
 
 
 

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Post by David Stil » Thu, 07 Apr 2005 03:53:18

~eXe~,

Use frame labels. Problem solved. :)


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Post by David Stil » Thu, 07 Apr 2005 05:08:57

> do exactly what I posted above about how to change

Check out the ActionScript dictionary on gotoAndPlay() ... you'll see
two entires, one by itself and one as a method of the MovieClip class. They
operate differently.



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Post by Jecky » Thu, 07 Apr 2005 06:38:51

fix it so your learn actionscripting ... fix your knowledge .. the program
does not really need fixing at all in that regard .. you just need to learn
to use it

NOTE: that said, NEVER EVER use scene names in actionscript as they ARE
buggy ... but there is no bug if you don't use them in script .. so easily
'fixed'
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Jeckyl
 
 
 

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Post by Jecky » Thu, 07 Apr 2005 07:42:14

>i never use frame lables so.. thanx for the help also the person who posted

What a charmer ... if you can't learn to use the program effectively goo
crawl into your little whole and stop wasting everyone's time. And learn
some respect and common decency while you're at it. What a *** .

Jeckyl
 
 
 

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Post by urami » Thu, 07 Apr 2005 09:31:35


at least the good observation here was "the person above me", at least he understand
the superiority :)

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Post by Jecky » Thu, 07 Apr 2005 09:51:23

> at least the good observation here was "the person above me", at least he

:):):) Didn't think of that :):):)

Jeckyl
 
 
 

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Post by Peter Blum » Thu, 07 Apr 2005 17:36:16


Go play somewhere more appropriate kid - kindergarten is probably about
right.
 
 
 

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Post by bit burge » Thu, 07 Apr 2005 17:57:32


That doesn't fix it, its a workaround. I think it is ok not to use scenes.

But I hate macromedia product politics here too: "Got a bug in your
Macromedia Product, buy a new version. If the bug still exists, fix it
by yourself, MF. There will be no update".

And if you say bug in the forum, all macromedia guys tell you that it is
your fault and you are to stupid to workaround it. Have some more
understanding if someone complains about buggy features, even if a kid
is complaining. They paid money for the product!
 
 
 

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Post by Peter Blum » Thu, 07 Apr 2005 19:06:18


No one who has responded to this thread is a 'Macromedia guy'. This is a
peer to peer forum - we are all just users.
 
 
 

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Post by bit burge » Thu, 07 Apr 2005 19:08:57


Yes, they just hang all day long in the forum and answer questions for
fun ;-)
 
 
 

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Post by Peter Blum » Thu, 07 Apr 2005 19:22:55

> Yes, they just hang all day long in the forum and answer questions for fun

That's about the size of it yes.
 
 
 

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Post by bit burge » Thu, 07 Apr 2005 19:32:05

How do you know? Actually as far as I know you don't have to mention
that you belong to MM.
 
 
 

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Post by Jecky » Thu, 07 Apr 2005 19:44:39

Maybe YOU work for macromedia as well .. you must do seeing you post on this
forum.

Maybe its true and we all work for macromedia but all think that everyone
else is a customer, and macromedia doesn't actually HAVE any customers ..
just lots of employees, all paid to appear to be customers in the forum.
Scary.
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Post by Jecky » Thu, 07 Apr 2005 19:51:58

> That doesn't fix it, its a workaround. I think it is ok not to use scenes.

Eh?


MM have provided an update for MX 2004. But yes .. MM policy seems to be
not to provide update bugs fixes, instead you wait for (and pay for) a new
version ... and then (surprise surprise), not only are the bugs still there,
but there are new bugs .. and not only are there new features, but old
features are taken away.


Don't you dare say teh "B" word in this forum. You'll burn in hell with
Adobe.


No .. only some rude idiot like the guy who posted here who simply doesn't
have the nounce to do what everyone else has no problems in doing .. telling
main movie to jump to another frame from within a clip. And then also
doesn't have the nounce to ask how to do it, but to post his topic with the
childish subject line to demand the Macromedia do something about it. The
only one that can do anything about it is the OP himself, by learning to use
the program properly (and that MAY involve actually being polite to other
forum users and asking for help instead of demaing in a user community forum
for MM to fix a bug that isn't there)


We've got plenty of understanding and patience ... god knows one needs it
... but only up to a point. Remember, we are human too, and get frustrated
(and insulted) by people who come here expecting (or demanding) to be helped
but show no respect for those who freely give of their own time (probably
more than they should).

Jeckyl